Top Republican says congressional investigations don’t have much credibility: ‘I blame Adam Schiff for that’
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Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), who is expected to become chair of the House Oversight and Reform Committee next year, said he blames Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) for what he sees as diminished credibility of congressional investigations .
Schiff chairs the House Intelligence Committee and sits on the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol -- and the California lawmaker also led the first-ever impeachment against former President Trump.
"I don't think congressional investigations have very much credibility right now. I hold Adam Schiff responsible for this," Comer said in an interview with Punchbowl News published Wednesday.
“But both parties are also to blame for past investigations. But I really want to change that," said Comer.
The top Republican is among many in the party who plan to use the GOP's takeover of the House majority to debate issues such as the origins of COVID-19, the US-Mexico border crisis, the country's chaotic pullout from Afghanistan and President Biden's son Hunter to investigate Biden and the family's business dealings.
Comer is preparing to take over leadership of the House Oversight and Reform Committee from outgoing Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), who chaired the panel on an investigation into Trump's mishandling of presidential records.
Comer told Punchbowl News that he would not "abuse" the subpoena ability if he took the chair and that the panel would be "very selective" about issuing subpoenas.
"So if you get a specific subpoena from Oversight when I'm chairman, then that's going to mean something," Comer said.
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